Simple Vertical List

Simple as can be! That's the good old box type "Simple Vertical List".
You can change the following content and styling settings:

General Options

  • Box Title (just be creative...)
  • Max. Number of Entries (Free users are limited, premium users are unlimited)
  • Sort Articles (ascending or descending in terms of publishing date)

General Layout Options

  • Width of Box
  • Height of Box (optional, standard value is auto-height)
  • Padding Around Items

General News Item Options

  • Open Links in New Window (yes or no)
  • Remove HTML Formatting (this is sometimes very helpful, especially when the feed contains strange HTML-tags or CSS-styles)
  • Max. Length of Item Title (optional, can be activated if titles are very long or when the lengths differ very often)
  • Max. Length of Item Description (optional, same as above. If this option is activated, our tool automatically removes all HTML-tags from the description for technical reasons)

Font Options

  • Font-Family
  • Box Title Size (px)
  • Item Title Size (px)
  • Item Description Size (px)

Text Colors

  • Box Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Description Color (HEX)

Background Colors

  • Box Title Background (HEX)
  • Item Background (HEX)

Borders and Separations Lines

  • Box Border (px)
  • Box Border Color (HEX)
  • Separation Lines (px)
  • Separation Line Color (HEX)


L.A. Times - Movie News

Kobe Bryant is denied membership into the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences

Early next week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is set to reveal the latest class of invitees to the film industry’s most prestigious organization. But at least one name that might have been expected to be on it will be missing: basketball legend Kobe Bryant. The retired Los Angeles...

Hardcore horror 'Incident in a Ghostland' tainted by hate

Pascal Laugier’s “Martyrs” is notorious for its brutality, rightfully earning its residence on lists of most disturbing horror films. While his most recent offering isn’t at that level of gore and utter depravity, the director’s “Incident in a Ghostland” is an intentionally unpleasant nightmare...

World War II thriller 'The Catcher Was a Spy' pops up despite stellar cast

By all rights, “The Catcher Was a Spy,” a World War II thriller chronicling the exploits of Boston Red Sox player-turned-would-be government assassin Moe Berg, should be batting close to a thousand. But despite that intriguing fact-based storyline, a screenplay by “Saving Private Ryan” scribe Robert...

Christina Ricci excels in otherwise dull thriller 'Distorted'

Unlike “haunted house” movies, the rarer “killer house” movies ditch the ghosts and, instead, focus on buildings outfitted with fancy gadgetry that’s easily weaponized. Early on, the psychological thriller “Distorted” is ambiguous about which kind of story it’s telling — perhaps to a fault. Eventually,...

Apple signs deal with Sesame Workshop, but it won't include 'Sesame Street'

As it moves aggressively to launch into original content, Apple is making a significant investment in children’s programming in a new deal with Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit media organization that creates educational shows for young children. Apple has given a multi-series order to the Sesame...